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Degree Requirements

What are the requirements for the INTAD dual-title degree?

To achieve the International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) dual-title degree, students must satisfy the minimum requirements of INTAD in addition to their primary degree requirements. Keep in mind that several of the approved INTAD courses may also fulfill students’ primary program requirements.

Final course selection is determined by the student, their primary program advisor and the INTAD advisor. Advisors will discuss with the student a program of study that meets the student’s career goals and that is in accord with the policies of the Graduate School, the primary program department and the INTAD dual-title program. Permission from a student’s academic advisor, in consultation with the INTAD program chair, is required to substitute a 400-level course for a 500-level course. A student who is registered for at least nine credits is considered to be engaged in full-time academic work for the semester.

Degree Requirements